One of the great things about this job is that from day to day you never know what you might be doing. Mostly the days are fairly mundane but every once in awhile you have an assignment that allows you to experience something fantastic. Last week I had the chance to fly in the front seat of a Ford Tri-Motor airplane, one of only 199 made and one of six still able to fly. I got a bit nervous when the pilot climbed on the wings and checked the fuel level with a stick. Here are some images from a short 15 minute flight around Muncie, Indiana.
Ford Tri-Motor - Images by Chris Bergin